Date: 15, 16 February 2022 Location: Omishima island and Gogoshima island, Ehime Prefecture, Japan Fig. 1 Location of Omishima island (source: Google map) Fig. 2 Discussion about landslides before going to the sites Fig. 3 Observed landslides from the bottom of the mountain Fig. 4 A landslide in Omishima Fig. 5 A big landslide in Omishima Fig. 6 Location of Gogoshima island (source: Google map) Fig. 7 Soil sampling at a landslide in Gogoshima Fig. 8 Infiltrometer test at a landslide in Gogoshima Fig. 9 Investigate wide-site images in Gogoshima by a drone Fig. 10 Disturbed soil sample taken in Gogoshima Fig. […]
On 9 December 2021, a Zoom online meeting namely the Joint Coordination Committee 2021 (JCC 2021) was held to share the research progress and future research plan between the three countries. Time: 11:00 – 12:30 (Tokyo) / 9:00 – 10:30 (Bangkok) / 9:00 – 10:30 (Hanoi) Agenda items: 1) Opening remarks by Prof. Akihiko Wakai 2) Report for recent research progress in each country – Dr. Karnjana Jessada and Thailand Team present Thailand’s research progress – Prof. Hoang Viet Hung and Vietnam Team present Vietnam’s research progress – Mr. Nguyen Van Thang and Dr. Ken T. Murata present Japan’s research progress 3) Future plans by Prof. Go Sato 4) Closing […]
On 6 November 2020, a Zoom online meeting namely the Joint Coordination Committee 2020 (JCC 2020) was held to share the results under the influence of Covid-19, and the plan for future research. In fact, due to the influence of Covid-19, the Japanese side will extend the research period by one year, while the Thai and Vietnamese sides will still proceed as originally planned. Time: 15:00 – 17:00 (Tokyo) / 13:00 – 15:00 (Bangkok) / 13:00 – 15:00 (Hanoi) Agenda items: 1) Opening remarks by Prof. Akihiko Wakai 2) Report for recent research progress and future plans in each country Progress report by Prof. Akihiko Wakai – Prototype of the […]
Date:February 11, 2020 Location:in Bangkok Internal meeting of the Japanese team in Bangkok The e-ASIA Japanese team had a meeting in the NICT Asia Center at Chulalongkon University. We discussed research and publish the plan in 2020. The group member of Working package-1 will conduct the geological and geomorphological survey Hmong village to clear the distribution of debris flow deposition area in April.
Date:February 10, 2020 Location:in hilly area around Doi Pui Temple Investigation in hilly area around Doi Pui Temple – Suthep, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai, Thailand. Layout of the survey area Doi Pui Temple landslide introduce and the first test point The second test point Discussion after field tests View up from Hmong village and investigation point in village View mountain slope and interview former village chief and Mr. Yuth Mountain area behind village and natural hot water supply for the village